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06/07/17: Legal Services of New Jersey 2017 Equal Justice Awards Reception honors extraordinary pro bono contributors and distinguished honorees: Deborah T. Poritz, Kenneth C. Frazier, and the late Wynona Lipman.

04/24/17: Latest Legal Services Newsletter Details Ins and Outs for Food Stamp Applicants

04/12/17: Budget cuts may slam courthouse door on many Jersey residents (from NorthJersey.com) - When ordinary Americans need help with life’s big problems, the Legal Services Corporation is there. But its survival is threatened. That’s why it needs help from every New Jersey resident.

04/03/17: Legal Services of New Jersey now Offering its Online Gateway to Getting Criminal Records Expunged — in Spanish

03/28/17: Latest Legal Services Newsletter Focuses on Cyber Harassment Issues and Unemployment Benefits Applications

03/27/17: Trump ignores swamp, shreds safety net on his supporters (from NJ.com) - In the fetid swamp that Donald Trump calls Washington, powerful special interest groups defend the Pentagon and entitlement programs, like Medicare and Social Security. The government is gradually becoming nothing but defense and entitlements, thanks to them.

03/23/17: Proposed cuts would reduce legal aid for poor (from the Courier-Post) - go without representation in civil cases, advocates warn.

03/16/17: N.J. lawmakers hear pleas for money in Christie budget as many fear Trump cuts (from NJ.com) - Under a cloud of concern over anticipated federal spending cuts -- to environmental protection, Medicaid payments and women's health -- the Assembly Budget Committee heard appeals from groups for more aid to be included in the next state spending plan.

03/01/17: Statement from Melville D. Miller, Jr., President of Legal Services of New Jersey, Concerning the Potential Effect on the Poor of Proposed State Funding Reductions for Legal Services

02/20/17: Legal Services Urges Low-to-Moderate Income People to take Advantage of Free Tax Preparation Services